My sweet, let me tell you about the [[shark]]Though his [[eyes ]] are
his [[thought]] is
Most sharks can see well in dark lighted areas, have fantastic night vision, and can see colors. The back of sharksâ€™ eyeballs have a reflective layer of tissue called a tapetum. This helps sharks **see extremely well** with little light. (NOAA Fisheries)He's [[quiet]]
that speaks well [[him]].
"Great whitesâ€™ famously powerful sense of smell comes from its giant olfactory bulb, an organ that connects to its nostrils and **allows it to detect prey with impressive sensitivity**." (Bestlifeonline.com)
"While sharksâ€™ ability to smell is well known, their hearing is at least as equally impressive. **They are able to hear their prey as far as 3,000 feet away**, hearing low-frequency sounds, like that made by a struggling fishâ€™s contracting muscle tissue." (Bestlifeonline.com)So does the [[fact]] that he can
[[swim]]But though he swims
[[without]] a sound,Wherever he [[swims]]
aroundWith [[those two bright eyes]]and that
thought]]He has but one but thinks it
[[a lot]]And [[the thought]] he [[thinks]]but can
[[complete]]Is his [[long dark thought]] of [[something to eat]].Most anything does, and I have to [[add]]That when he eats his [[manners]] are [[bad]].He's a [[gulper]][[a ripper]][[a snatcher]][[a grabber]]Yes, his manners are [[drab]]But his thought is [[drabber]].That one dark thought [[he can never complete]][[Of something]][[anything]][[somehow]][[to eat]]
Be careful where you swim, my sweet.
<img src=https://www.lifeofadventure.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/scary-shark.jpg width="500" height="300" alt="Two foxes">
[[.]]"The tooth-like design of shark scales helps streamline their bodies and allow for **speedier movement** through water." (Bestlifeonline.com)"Wind surfer Stephen Schafer, who was killed Wednesday by a swarm of sharks off the coast of Florida, had bruises on his arms that indicate he tried to fight off the feeding predators during his final moments.
In a report released today by the Martin County Sheriff's Office, the 38-year-old surfer had 8 to 10 inch bite wounds on his right thigh and "numerous teeth marks" on his right and left buttocks.
Schafer also had bruising on the inside of his right arm and wounds on his hand that appeared to be "defensive wounds" he suffered while he tried fend off the sharks."
"The woman, believed to be about 20 years old, was snorkeling about 50 yards off the Hawaiian island of Maui when a shark severed her right arm around 4:40 p.m. on August 14, authorities said. "The water was choppy with limited visibility" at the time, the county of Maui noted on its Facebook page."
- (cnn.com)Authorities say Cruse was found unresponsive in water about 200 yards offshore at the Kanahena surf spot often referred to as â€œDumps.â€ She had been snorkeling with two other friends, but at some point became separated from them. Fire officials say she suffered injuries to her upper torso that suggest she was bitten by a shark.
Those who knew Cruse described her as â€œan experienced long distance ocean swimmer,â€ and â€œavid snorkeler.â€
"He said the femoral artery and vein were cut in the attack. Franzman was the 10th person to die from a shark bite in California waters since the early 1950s."
(latimes.com)by Jennifer Huynh